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CMorpho4c Class Reference

Morphological operation on images in 4 conexity. More...

#include <Morpho4c.h>

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Public Methods

 CMorpho4c ()
virtual ~CMorpho4c ()
CImageGreychamfer (CImageGrey *in, short mode = 0)
 Succesive erosion - distance to complementary.

CImageGreygeodesicErosion (CImageGrey *mark, CImageGrey *ref, int border)
 Geodesic Erosion. More...

CImageGreygeodesicDilation (CImageGrey *mark, CImageGrey *ref, int border)
 Geodesic Dilation.

CImageGreywatershed (CImageGrey *in)
 Watershed - Vincent-Soile's algorithm.

CImageGreyskeleton_anchor (CImageGrey *in, CImageGrey *anchor)
 Skeleton with anchor points - Vincent algorithm.

CImageGreyskeletonTalbotVincent (CImageGrey *in, CImageGrey *anchor)
 Skeleton Talbot-Vincent algorithm - in == distance image.

CImageGreyconnectedComponents (CImageGrey *in)
 Connected component labeling.

Private Methods

virtual CImageGreydilate (CImageGrey *in, CImageGrey *out)
 Size 1 dilation, private function.

virtual CImageGreyerode (CImageGrey *in, CImageGrey *out)
 Size 1 erosion, private function.

void wshed_process_point (LPPIXEL p, LPPIXEL pp, QPixelT * qpixel, char *flag)
 Process a point of watershed.

Detailed Description

Morphological operation on images in 4 conexity.

Laurent Najman
Image Processing
Id: Morpho4c.h,v 1.3 2001/08/28 22:04:25 laurentnajman Exp
This class contains all the morphological operators, as dilation, erosion, or watershed, for the 4 conexity. Of course,as the structring elements are 4-conected, results such as watershed or skeleton are 8-conected.

This paragraphe has to be enhanced !!!

Member Function Documentation

CImageGrey * CMorpho4c::geodesicErosion ( CImageGrey * mark,
CImageGrey * ref,
int border ) [virtual]

Geodesic Erosion.

This function compute the geodesical erosion of the image mark above image ref. In other words, it computes iteratively until stability the erosion of mark by an hexagonal ball of size 1, and takes the union of the result with ref.

Reimplemented from CMorpho.

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